Claim For Damp And Mould In Rented Property
Has your rented accommodation got damp and mould? Has your rented accommodation got a fusty smell? If you are living in a Council House or in a privately rented house your Landlord has a duty to check for damp to make sure your Premises are safe. If you suffer injury due to damp and mould in a rented property you may be able to make a claim for damp against your landlord (also known as a claim for damp).
How can you tell if there is damp and mould in a rented property?
Damp will occur in a room which is warm, moist and highly humid. The most likely options are the kitchen and bathrooms although you increase the risks if for example you dry your wet clothes in doors or do not open windows very often. If damp builds up and you report it to your landlord but he fails to rectify the problem you may be able to make a claim for damp. If the damp builds up to a certain level it could become toxic.
Are you suffering because of Damp?
If you have damp at your rented property you may be able to make a claim for damp or mould compensation. Typical symptoms include:
- Fungal infections
- Shortness of breath
If you have any of these symptoms for any period of time it is important that you speak to a medical expert as soon as possible.
What We Can Do For Your Claim for Damp
You may be able to make a claim for damp if your landlord has failed to fix a damp and mould problem. To make a compensation claim for damp you need to contact a damp claim lawyer.
We are damp claim compensation Solicitors who specialise in damp claims, claiming compensation for tenants who have suffered problems due to damp and wish to make a landlord claim for damp. We will run your claim and make sure you make a recovery as quickly as possible and receive the maximum amount of damp claim compensation.Make a free enquiry